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3/2/2021
COLUMBIA, S.C. - U.S. Army Pfc. Kaila Diggs, Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment, 51st Military Police Battalion, South Carolina National Guard, is one of these South Carolinians who serve their state and community as a citizen-Soldier. In the South Carolina National Guard, Diggs serves as a petroleum supply specialist and assists with dispatching vehicles. As a nursing student at Francis Marion University in Florence, South Carolina, she serves the citizens at vaccination clinics, ensuring those who meet the phase requirements can get the vaccine.
3/2/2021
U.S. Army Pfc. Kaila Diggs, Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment, 51st Military Police Battalion, South Carolina National Guard, is one of these South Carolinians who serve their state and community as a citizen-Soldier. In the South Carolina National Guard, Diggs serves as a petroleum supply specialist and assists with dispatching vehicles. As a nursing student at Francis Marion University in Florence, South Carolina, she serves the citizens at vaccination clinics, ensuring those who meet the phase requirements can get the vaccine. (Courtesy photo)
3/2/2021
U.S. Army Pfc. Kaila Diggs, Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment, 51st Military Police Battalion, South Carolina National Guard, is one of these South Carolinians who serve their state and community as a citizen-Soldier. In the South Carolina National Guard, Diggs serves as a petroleum supply specialist and assists with dispatching vehicles. As a nursing student at Francis Marion University in Florence, South Carolina, she serves the citizens at vaccination clinics, ensuring those who meet the phase requirements can get the vaccine. (Courtesy photo)
3/2/2021
U.S. Army Spc. Daniel Quattlebaum, Company B, 198th Expeditionary Signal Battalion, South Carolina National Guard, directs patient vehicles through a COVID-19 mobile testing site in Hartsville, South Carolina, March 1, 2021. The South Carolina National Guard Soldiers have supported medical personnel at testing sites like this across the state since early 2020. The South Carolina National Guard remains ready to support the counties, state and local agencies, and first responders with resources for as long as needed in support of COVID-19 response efforts in the state. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Brad Mincey, South Carolina National Guard)
3/2/2021
U.S. Army Spc. Daniel Quattlebaum, Company B, 198th Expeditionary Signal Battalion, South Carolina National Guard, directs patient vehicles through a COVID-19 mobile testing site in Hartsville, South Carolina, March 1, 2021. The South Carolina National Guard Soldiers have supported medical personnel at testing sites like this across the state since early 2020. The South Carolina National Guard remains ready to support the counties, state and local agencies, and first responders with resources for as long as needed in support of COVID-19 response efforts in the state. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Brad Mincey, South Carolina National Guard)

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